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Literary Diva…Kisha Green!

Kisha Green is no stranger to the literary world. She is the owner of DivaBooksInc, the author of several titles, literary consultant, and promoter. As the host of Writer’s Life Chats, an online radio show, Green interviews aspiring and seasoned authors. Green is also an avid reader, proofreader and book reviewer whose reviews have appeared on Amazon, Goodreads, Urban Book Source, Shelfari and other notable sites.   For readers of the Literary Treasures column, you know that Kisha Green prides herself on showcasing some of literary’s finest and what better…

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Literary Treasures: E.N. Joy

KG: What is your favorite genre? Why? ENJ: When it comes to reading, I do not have a favorite genre. Once a book calls my name and draws me in, it’s a wrap! When it comes to writing . . . now that’s a different story. When I first started writing I wrote poetry, women’s fiction, and erotica under the name Joylynn M. Jossel. I wrote street lit under the name JOY. I now write Christian fiction under the name E. N. Joy (The ‘E’ stands for Everybody and the…

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Author Teresa B Howell: Dedicated to her profession, her art.

When reading about author Teresa B. Howell, her credentials are impressive. She has two Masters Degrees in education and leadership, a recipient of numerous awards and accolades in her profession, and she shows a true dedication to not only her profession, but a desire and love to mentor the youth of today. Being born and raised in church, it gave this author a unique perspective of “church life” and helped fuel her creative abilities in writing, which led to her first novel in 2015: That Church Life. UT: Your journals…

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Author Yvonne N Pierre

Your writings are very powerful and seem to captivate and draw readers into the story. How do you do it? That’s a great question. Hmmm, how do I do it? I guess by allowing myself to be vulnerable and tap into the emotions of the characters. I allow myself to go where they are. For example, if the character is depressed, I allow myself to go into what that feels and looks like. If I’m not careful, I often become depressed. For me, it’s the same as an actor when…

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Kisha Green’s Literary Treasures- Featuring K.L. Belvin

KG: What is your favorite genre? Why? KB: To this point my favorite genre is non-fiction. I love to learn about real people and real situations. I have come to learn the more you take in from different people the more you understand our differences to offer help and solid commentary to things going on in the world. I also find by reading non-fiction it makes me stronger as a writer because I will have a working knowledge of what people think and the things they do. There is also…

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